Your truth is someone else’s falsehood

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There is no philosophy or religion able to describe in words “what is.”
“When you die, you either go to Paradise or hell forever.”
That is just a belief. It is not true for those who have experienced life as continuous movement and consciousness as eternal. It is not true for those who have experienced the paradoxical aspect of self and no self.

“Life is a return journey where souls go through a process of purification.”
That is a belief. Again, continuity of life as “is” entails no “home run,” no “return” for everything is new but paradoxically that “newness” could only be seen intellectually as a return.
Any intellectual knowledge as in:” This works this way therefore; there are 2 possibilities, it is either this or that. One is truth and the other is false.”

That sort of analytical dualistically mind, cannot quench his own doubts with reasons.
When to know means to “live it,” then to speculate things intellectually is just another belief system.

Obviously, what Ananda is sharing according to his experiences in life, is another belief system for someone else.

But… “This knowledge comes directly from God and your realizations are from your own crazy mind.”

🙂 There is nothing coming from “God” that could be put into words. Why?
Words can only express duality, “black or white” understanding. What is beyond duality cannot be explained in words, it needs to be experienced to be understood.

Then we could believe the answer is in “non-duality.” Right?

Have you listened to a so-called “non-duality” teacher?
It is one of the most boring intellectual things I’ve ever heard. Lots of reasoning to teach “happiness” through thinking…
But… Happiness is a feeling.

To connect with life through feelings is to encounter a different dimension of living life. This we could experience for ourselves without beliefs or dogmas.

When we realize that anything spoken by anyone is just a perception due to a limited experience of life, (his own experience) how could we pretend that this small piece of life could explain everything there is?

Life is not meant to be “explained.” It is meant to be “lived.”

When our life becomes integrated into “what is” without dogmatic beliefs, when our heart becomes open and ready to give the best of us through continuous feelings in every experience that life offers, then at that point; we could understand that the Universe is constantly playing with us, it is seducing us to open up, to unwind, to let ourselves be in that feeling of togetherness and appreciation of life itself. It is at that point, when we could be in love with Life… and that my friends, is the “highest religion” there is.

The above is not a “belief system.”
Ananda is not looking to “save souls” when there is nothing to save. Ananda is not looking to “help others,” when life itself performs that wonder all the time. Ananda is not looking to build the “true religion” for that is a narrow vision of the immensity of Life. Ananda is not looking to be an “instrument of God,” when everyone is that already.

Ananda only shares his experiences for the common good, that is all.

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2 comments

  1. BloomLisa

    I just wrote about the owl so your image drew me in at first and then your words. I agree with you in this post. It is best to live your life true to your core values and light people up rather than through words. I am a student of A Course in Miracles and it teaches that words separate us from God. In 2015, my only resolution was to speak only when what I had to say was more beautiful than the silence (Indian proverb). Blessings to you.

    • ahnanda

      Good to see you, Lisa!
      I completely agree with your statement about the separation of God through words.
      May want to consider about speaking only when your words are more beautiful than silence… The owl observes in silence and talks like “too-wit, too-woo..” Is that more beautiful than its silence? The intention of the words is hidden behind each word, and those intentions could go along with the beauty or uniqueness of the occasion or not… What do you think? This is an owl proverb 🙂

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